libutron:

Twin Peaks | ©Tim Butler

Sago Palm male cone (Cycas sp.).

Plantae - Cycadophyta - Cycadopsida - Cycadales - Cycadaceae - Cycas

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emmteeejay:

I don’t care if you’re black, white, straight, bisexual, gay, lesbian, short, tall, fat, skinny, rich or poor. If you’re nice to me, I’ll be nice to you. Simple as that.

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for-science-sake:

Planting a single tree will absorb one tonne of Carbon Dioxide!

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Why can’t I get this report on the Gibberellic Acid experiment done? It’s so hard to be in college…

Why small seeds require light to germinate

understorey:

Why small seeds require light to germinate

Campanulaceae seed

Seed responses to light can control the timing of germination in the field, impacting seedling survival, as well as growth and fitness in subsequent life stages. Seeds that require light for germination are usually small. Milberg et al. (2000) suggested that a light response and seed mass coevolved as an adaptation to ensure germination of small-seeded species only when close to the soil…

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A short film, by The Cgbros.